Home decor vendors show off old finds at Vintagepalooza in Glenwood

For Howard Magazine

As if its building-full of rustic farmhouse-style merchandise weren’t enough, the Vintage Marketplace at Glenwood invites 25 more home decor vendors every year to set up tents on its grounds for Vintagepalooza. Vendor Chuck Johnson has been coming with partner Melanie Sterry since Vintagepalooza began six years ago, offering “old store fixtures, architectural and industrial pieces from way back when” from Emma Jean’s General Store in the Thurmont area. He enjoys the crowd and family atmosphere. “I don’t do one-day shows, but I do this,” he says. The Marketplace itself, located in the original Glenwood general store, is typically open only the second weekend of each month. Otherwise, owners Wendy Jorgensen-Perry and Lindsay Cundiff are off scouring sales and wholesalers along the East Coast for more goodies.


Vintage Palooza

9 a.m.-5 p.m. on Saturday, June 9

The Vintage Marketplace at Glenwood, 2945 Route 97, Glenwood

410-707-0519; thevintagemarketplace.net


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